• Success

    Am I on the Right Track?

    “When the heart speaks, the mind finds it indecent to object.”

    ― Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being

    There are no wrong tracks, but few lead us nowhere. If you’re willing to reach a specific destination, you must choose the way that leads there.

    Slight deviations may be acceptable, but you’ll never reach the destination if you keep changing the tracks.

    Calculate the probability of success in your desired pathway and run on that. Practice daily, and you’ll get what you want.

    Be sincere in your approach. Ask someone if you don’t know anything, but please don’t play the fool’s game. They reach nowhere.

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    Can I Become Succesful In Life Without Being Lucky Or Talented?

    “Talent is cheaper than table salt. What separates the talented individual from the successful one is a lot of hard work.”

    ― Stephen King

    Luck and talent, forget all that nonsense. Focus on what you can do with your hands.

    Both luck and talent are cheap distractions that fool us to the end of our life.

    No one knows precisely why she’s a successful person; her neighbor is not. But one thing is sure: she [the neighbor] is doing something different.

    Successful life is nothing but this approach of doing things differently.

    Express your version of the truth, and who knows; you will become a success one day.

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    What To Do If I Have Not Got A Talent?

    “Everyone has talent. What’s rare is the courage to follow it to the dark places where it leads.”

    ― Erica Jong

    It’s okay if you’ve got no talent. Still, you’re valuable.

    Even if the whole World denies you and thinks you’re dirt, you’re still unique.

    Uniqueness is more important than talent. You’ve got a set of unique genes that are driving your life. Don’t worry about anything. Trust in the process of life and its capability to turn an acorn into a beautiful oak tree.

    No one knows how exactly a fish can swim or a bird can fly. Does anyone ever teach them how to swim or fly?

    We, humans, have a generic problem of generalization. We believe in looking at things as if it’s true for everyone. But the truth is that we live in different Worlds inside our brains.

    Don’t follow a fool or genius. Just focus on your uniqueness. It will refine you towards better captions you can install inside your mental system.

    If nothing works for you today, it doesn’t mean you’ll be the same forever. The weather rain gets replaced by a sunny day. Nothing lasts forever.

    I want to request you one thing. Please don’t stop. Keep on doing something you love to do. Even if it’s not paying you monetarily, you’re acquitting a skill by practicing it.

    Talent can be god gifted, but the ability to acquire the skill is in our hands, and if god has written failure in our destiny by erasing talent from our birth chart still, we can change our future by acquiring a skill.

    It’s nothing else but hardcore practice.

    It has worked since the dawn of human civilization and will work for you and me.

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    How To Fight Your Limits Towards Success?

    “Cowards shrink from challenges, weaklings flee from them, but warriors wink at them.”

    ― Matshona Dhliwayo

    No one respects a coward, and everyone makes fun of weaklings. If you want to get respect and love from society, you’ve to fight your limits to become a success.

    There are no excuses. You’ve to learn the Art of War. Today you’ve got the time to prepare, but tomorrow, you may not get the opportunity.

    Don’t blame or criticize others for your failures. If you’re weak, it’s not their problem. It’s your traits; only you can prepare yourself to overcome your weaknesses.

    Walk, run, jump. Do whatever you can and make yourself physically active. It will help you become strong enough to stop the enemy from hurting you physically. Train your body to respond to physical pain to protect it from damage. 
    Meditate to get the mental strength to avoid emotional trauma. Others will torture you with harsh comments, but if you've got a purpose to follow, you can keep moving the way an elephant walks, and the dogs keep barking. 

    It’s not a one-day show. Every day you’ve to test your limits. Push yourself forward to move at least one inch toward your destiny.

    The route to success is not easy, but you can traverse it by training the body-mind complex to fight your limits toward success.

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    Never Let the Ego Drive your Destination

    “I would prefer not to.”

    ― Herman Melville, Bartleby the Scrivener

    The habit of the mind is to become egoistic after achieving a minor accomplishment, and we start bragging about it.

    A little praise or flattery can blind us to seeing reality as it is. We start exaggerating our potential and become addicted to hyper thinking. We fall as a result.

    My dear friend, ego is our greatest enemy. If you’re an egoistical person, you’ll suffer throughout your life, irrespective of your income and status.

    The ego blocks reality from coming to us as a wall blocks the sunlight entering a room. Forget about success and failure. Become neutral and enjoy life witnessing the truth as it is.